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Seminars and Colloquia

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Oct 9

04:30 pm

Exley Science Center Tower ESC 638

Daichi Onda 17' will tellus about his experience working at Amazon and his "Wesleyan Alumni in Technetwork" project that he started to help CS students look for tech jobs.

Oct 4

12:00 pm

一道本不卡免费高清Exley Science Center (Not Tower) ESC 184 (Woodhead Lounge)

一道本不卡免费高清 INTRINSIC PROPERTIES OF GRAPHSEMBEDDED IN 3 ERICA FLAPAN, Editor in Chief of the Notices ofthe American Mathematical Society Knot theory is the study of embeddingsof simple closed curves in 3 . A naturalextension of knot theory is the study of embeddings of graphs in 3 . However, incontrast with knots, the structure of a graph can be complex, and this can affectall of its embeddings. If every embedding of a graph has a particular property,then we say that property is intrinsic to the graph. For example, a graph is said to be intrinsically knotted if every embedding of the graph in 3 contains a knot.In this talk I will introduce intrinsic knotting and other intrinsic propertiesof graphs, and present some open problems in the area.

Apr 12

04:20 pm

Exley Science Center Tower ESC 121

Aaron Brown, University of Chicago Recent progress in the Zimmer program Abstract:The Zimmer program refers to a number of questions and conjecturesabout actions of certain discrete groups, namely, lattices in higher-ranksimple Lie groups. The primary example example of a such a group is SL(n,R). In the past few years, there has been significant progress in the Zimmerprogram. In my talk, I will discuss a recent proof of Zimmer's conjecturewhich shows that (cocompact and certain non-uniform) higher-rank lattices donot act on manifolds with low dimension. I will also discuss recentresults and work in progress that classify all possible non-trivial actionsunder certain dynamical or dimension assumptions.

Nov 30

12:00 pm

Allbritton Center Allbritton 304

By invitation only. Contact mjkingsley@melcochinaresorts.com to learn more.

Nov 10

12:00 pm

一道本不卡免费高清Exley Science Center Tower ESC 139

一道本不卡免费高清 Wesleyan's Undergrad Math Club Presents: The Math of Gerrymandering Abstract:In Gill v. Whitford , a Wisconsin court struckdown the state assembly map as unconstitutional gerrymandering. Will theUS Supreme court uphold this landmark ruling? The plaintiffs case hingeson elementary mathematics, including a simple new efficiency gap formula thatattempts to measure gerrymandering. For deciding whether this formulaworks, a few highly relevant mathematical facts were discovered so recently,the Supreme Court probably doesnt know about them. But you will if you attendthis talk. No math or political science background will be assumed.

Nov 8

12:00 pm

Exley Science Center (Not Tower) ESC 184 (Woodhead Lounge)

Nov 1

12:00 pm

一道本不卡免费高清Exley Science Center (Not Tower) ESC 184 (Woodhead Lounge)

Oct 26

12:00 pm

Exley Science Center (Not Tower) ESC 184 (Woodhead Lounge)

Wesleyan's Undergrad Math Club Presents: Ann Guo Career Engineering 101 Come learn how todesign, build, and test careers that will fulfill your passions whileconsidering the limitations imposed by parents, society, andstudentloans. Ann is an MIT-trained computer scientist who eventuallyfound her calling as a career coach. In between, she ran global campusrecruiting at analgorithmic trading firm where she gained insiderknowledge on the hiring process. At Passion Analytics, she is developing anautomated online careercoach to help people at scale. Ann holds BS& MEng degrees in Computer Science from MIT and PhD from UMassAmherst. Lunch will be served!

Oct 22

09:00 am

一道本不卡免费高清Exley Science Center Tower ESC 121

The Mid-Atlantic Mathematical Logic Seminar, supported by the NSF, will start its 2017-2018 season at Wesleyan University. 8 distinguished researchers will give 50-minute lectures, many on model theory, over the course of a day and a half. Day 2 Schedule: 9-9:50: AlexandraShlapentokh, "The Definability World in Number Theory." 10:30-11:20: PhilippRothmaler, "Pure submodules of direct products of finitely presentedmodules." 11:30-12:20: DeirdreHaskell, "Residue field domination in theories of valued fields."

Oct 21

09:00 am

Exley Science Center Tower ESC 121

一道本不卡免费高清 the Mid-Atlantic Mathematical Logic Seminar, supported by the NSF, will start its 2017-2018 season at Wesleyan University. 8 distinguished lecturers will give 50-minute lectures, many on model theory, over the course of a day and a half. Day 1: 9-9:50: AlexKruckman, "Generic theories, independence, and NSOP1." 10:30-11:20:Sergei Starchenko, "The topologicalclosure of algebraic and semi-algebraic flows on complex and real tori." 11:30-12:20:Hans Schoutens, "Defining affine n-space." 2:30-3:20:Alice Medvedev, "Feferman-Vaught and the Product of FiniteFields." 4-4:50:Pierre Simon, "Finitely generated dense subgroups of automorphismgroups."

Mar 8

04:30 pm

Exley Science Center Tower ESC 058

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